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The Tulsa Postcard Club

The Tulsa Postcard Club (formerly known as the T-Town Postcard Club of Tulsa, OK) promotes the fun and educational values of postcard collecting. The aim of the club is: "to collect, preserve and study postcards and other paper memorabilia".

Please click the links to the left of the picture to find out more about the club, learn the topic for our next meeting in "whats new", or contact us for membership or other information. Links to Tulsa postcard pages on the www are also on the "contact" page.

Postcards on this page:
The image above shows the T-Town Postcard Club's postcard for the 2005 National Postcard Week. Since Route 66 passes through Tulsa, and Cyrus Avery (the father of Route 66) was from Tulsa, most of our past Postcard Week cards feature Route 66. This card is multicolored and measures 6 x 4 1/4".  The artwork is by Rick Geary. The cards are available for purchase at $2.00 each (postpaid), or $5.00 for a set of four cards postpaid from various years (all cards have a connection with Route 66). Mail your request to T-Town Postcard Club, P 0 Box 700334, Tulsa, OK 74170-0334.

The postcard on the right is from 1913. Tulsa is well known as the "Oil Capital of the World" but before oil was king Tulsa also produced a lot of coal. This card illustrates the importance of postcards in preserving the history of an area.


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